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Music Computing releases LokBOX Personal Data Vault      24/05/11

Music Computing has released the LokBOX personal data vault. Here's the press release that they have sent us:
With security being brought into the forefront daily, protection for personal data has never been more important. Devices like software dongles, USB flash drives, and sensitive information can easily be damaged, lost or stolen. The term "be safe or be sorry" still holds true today.
LokBOX from Music Computing is a personal data vault you can take anywhere. The 18 gauge steel case contains a USB 2.0 hub for use with up to 4 USB devices and can be locked using the keys provided. In addition, it can be equipped with an optional 500GB SSD Hybrid hard drive for data storage. Fully padded, the LokBOX is ready to protect your data and USB devices anywhere, anytime. A 15,000lb tested security cable is included so the entire LokBOX can be chained to any support structure for even more security.
"We hear about security all the time, but usually only react when things have gone wrong," said Victor Wong, CEO, Music Computing, "LokBOX is a simple and elegant way to be proactive about the privacy of your personal data."
Perfect for musicians, programmers and anyone else needing to secure their data, LokBOX is compact, tough and safe.
Pricing and Availability:
Price for the LokBOX is $99 with the optional 500GB SSD Hybrid drive option priced at: $199. More information:

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